Don't Worry Trudeau, MacKay's Poor Judgment Goes Beyond a Toke

Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau made the admission to The Huffington Post Canada this week about his past experiences with illegal drugs. Justice Minister Peter MacKay denounced what he called a "profound lack of judgment" from the Liberal leader. Perhaps mudslinging has become a habitual means of communication by the Harper government, but this particular jibe oozes insolence when it comes from the likes of Peter MacKay: a case of the pot calling the kettle black?

MacKay Could Consider Leaving Tories

Defence Minister Peter MacKay would reportedly consider leaving the Conservative Party he helped found if the party votes to change how the next leader will be chosen. MacKay told National Post column...

Solidiers Needn't Refund Danger-Pay 'Error'

A group of soldiers in Afghanistan who received too much danger pay due to an "administrative error" won't have to reimburse the government for the overpayment, Defence Minister Peter MacKay said Mond...

Plane Delay? Don't Look At Me

After more than a decade of waiting for a new search-and-rescue plane, the military today is barely a step closer to flying one — and, that, says Defence Minister Peter MacKay, is not his fault. "I w...

Baby Boy Or Girl For MacKay?

Defence Minister Peter Mackay and his wife, human right activist Nazanin Afshin-Jam, are expecting a baby boy, Nova Scotia's The News reports. MacKay said he's thrilled and, most importantly, happy t...

PSAC's Latest Protest: 'Government Spin'

Public sector workers across the country were out Saturday showing their support in response to ongoing government cuts. The Public Service Alliance of Canada called it a National Day of Action to ra...